Whiskey elaborated in Japan. Yamazaki is the oldest distillery in the country, built in 1923 on the outskirts of Kyoto, Japan's ancient capital and stronghold of traditional Japanese culture. Yamazaki in the valley, north of Mount Tennozan, confluence of Katsura, Uji and Kizu rivers. Fog covers this area of dense groves bambúdurante most of the year due to the difference in the water temperature of the three rivers. The unique terrain of the valley, nestled between a plain basin, moist air and provide an ideal climate for the production of Japanese whiskey own climate differs considerably from the Scottish distilleries.
Aging: 12 years.
Tasting notes: Golden color. Medium body. On the nose the aromatic cedar, golden honey, cloves and candied orange peel is appreciated. The first perceived taste is the spicy wood, followed by dried cranberries mixed with a persistent orange marmalade and honey. The finish is pleasantly long and persistent, with woody notes.
His 12 year old from Yamazaki first came onto the market in 1984 and was the first seriously marketed Japanese single malt whisk
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